Desktops and Notebooks: Intel Atom-Based Tablets with MeeGo, Android on Display at 2010 IDF
Intel Atom-Based Tablets with MeeGo, Android on Display at 2010 IDF
by Jeffery Burt
Dell gave attendees at IDF a look at the Inspiron Duo, its upcoming 10-inch convertible mobile device that can be used as a tablet or netbook, is powered by a dual-core Intel Atom chip and comes with a touch interface developed by Dell. The tablet, which will ship later this year, will be the second tablet from Dell, after its Streak.
Built in Germany, the WeTab features an Atom N450 and will run the MeeGo OS. It will start shipping later this month.
The concept tablet PC from Intel is powered by a "Menlow" Atom processor and features a 10-inch screen.
The Archos tablet runs either Google's Android mobile OS or Windows.
ExoPC's tablet, due out in a few weeks, features an 11.6-inch screen, runs Windows 7 and is powered by Intel's "Pine Trail" Atom chip.
Fusion Garage's JooJoo tablet, at the center of a legal battle, is a 12-inch system that runs on Intel's N270 Atom chip and includes Nvidia Ion graphics capabilities.